18 September 2017

Paperwork we loved ! and you ?

When observing jewelery collections at the Art-in-the-Box exhibition, we come to the conclusion that young Polish designers have no limitations when it comes to selecting materials or seeking inspiration for their work. More and more often we think that beauty is hide just everywhere, even in something as inconspicuous as ... paper. And to prove this, we would like to present the works of Martyna Woszczak.





Martyna Woszczak

The collection of her jewelery was made from lacquered copper and burnt technical paper. Thanks to paper processing, it has gained new colors and texture. Now it has many colors - from gray and blue to beige and strong brown. The thin layers of paper bring to mind the delicate, colorful butterfly wings. The combined layers of paper created original figures that adorn the black-lacquered copper bracelets and rings.



Martyna Woszczak

These paper „origami” in some way look just like dried flowers that can be found between the pages of old books. Thanks to this, Martyna's jewelry get something of the subtleties and romanticism of bridal bouquets or summer weaves woven from wild flowers.
There are probably no women who would not like such delicate, a little bit mysterious jewelry… We would have taken the whole collection home if it was possible;)


Come and see these miracles at our exhibition in the Lodzkie House. We are waiting for you !


A.Gansiniec A.Cornelis

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Fauna and flora at pop up expo CAMPING PL

Many works of art draw inspiration from nature. Fauna and flora was the subject of thousands of works created by many artists, painters and sculptors. Also jewelers make small masterpieces referring to nature – like floral ornaments or animal likeness. But can nature be jewellery itself? Anna Dziekanska proves that it is possible!
A.Dziekanska

This young, polish designer make her works by using brass, leather straps and ... moss! Can you belive it? Anna's jewellery pieces are like the mysterious miniatures of the forest. And we can take it with us wherever we want. The idea of ​​combining natural, organic texture with metal has fallen to our taste. The natural beauty of the soft, green moss perfectly complements the harshness of metallic, shining ornaments. This combination of materials is certainly appropriate. And you can say - natural ...
Anna's jewelry is very subtle and a bit mysterious. It's not the decoration you wear for everyday wear - rather a miniature piece of art that complements your unique look fo special ocasion. It is a jewelery for people who love the beauty of nature and can see beauty in every, even the smallest detail.
Are you curious how beautiful are these miniatures of the forest in reality? Come and visit Art-in-the-Box exhibition and see it for yourself. The work of Anna Dziekanska as well as many others extremely talented designers will be presented  from 12th to 26th of September at the House of Lodz in Brussels. See you there!



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17 September 2017

knock knock do not forget tomorrow's opening!


knock knock do not forget tomorrow's opening!









Photos: D44architecture

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Lodzkie House with Jan Olbracht Browar RzemieĹ›lniczy beer from Poland - we will be drink U-boat ! did you know ? 

A U-Boot is a beer cocktail (popular in Germany, Poland, Macedonia, and Flanders) that is made with a glass of beer and a shot glass of vodka. In Germany, the liquor korn is sometimes used instead, while in Flanders and the Netherlands, jonge jenever is preferred.

It is called a U-Boot (German abbreviation of Unterseeboot, "submarine") because the shot glass of vodka sinks to the bottom of the glass of beer. The shot glass then "surfaces" when the cocktail is drunk.

In Flanders and the Netherlands, it is called a "Duikboot", literally translated "Submarine". It is seen as a variant on the kopstoot (lit. "headbutt") in the Netherlands. The kopstoot is a shot of jenever followed by a beer as a chaser.


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